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October 30, 2017, 12:24:39 PM
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My 387 Bitcoins got hacked and stolen! (1EENuimoixhyn6k67UgeYo2mFFhRfEYots)
Address : 1EENuimoixhyn6k67UgeYo2mFFhRfEYots
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I would like to share my sad story so that no one will repeat the same mistake as me ever again. This thief-hacker transaction, which I will remember forever, just taught me last night to not trust any service provider anymore.

https://blockchain.info/tx/c81520e658a013332889a2e62d3215ba96bc5264b0806ec72f5933106f65d10d

I created a private key from Bitaddress.org on 2017-08-08 and imported my private key into Blockchain Wallet (Blockchain.info) which provided the SMS, 2nd password, and confirmation by email for its security procedure. But last night around 3 am GMT+7, my wallet got stolen. The thief transferred out everything with no access through Blockchain.info wallet at all. So it seems like the thief some how hacked and accessed to my private key which allows him to make a transaction manually with the third-party broadcasting tool. These past few months, I never aware of this risk since many tutorials suggest me how to make a paper wallet via Bitaddress.org and just simply link it with Blockchain.info wallet.

I realize it’s my fault to not create and keep my Bitcoin in a real cold storage. I would like to share this story to be a lesson for our Cryptocurrency community so everyone can be aware and start taking the security issue more serious.

I want to say that I am Thai, many people think this is a lie. For me, I have to admit that the money is gone. I use google transate to communicate with you. My language ability is terrible Do you see the problem? Why the money is gone Because i read less I agree that I think wrong. What makes it safe? And to put money in. Blockchain.info, which is a hot wallet. If this is the case for everyone else, I want to make it. I think that making 387 bitcoin for my fool is not possible. But it is already. I'm a programmer who bought this bitcoin 3-4 years ago, and it's not expensive. At that time, I could spend only 200,000, which is not very difficult to buy.

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Still, people do not believe that I'm really stupid.

Yes It's real. And I try to tell you SMS, 2nd password, and confirmation by email for its security procedure. Why I don't get any access log.

This is my missing 2/3 amount. Now I have bought a Ledger nano S. Do you think this is the best way to keep Bitcoin and it will not disappear anymore?

I'm stupid, do not rush to buy hardware wallet before being hacked. (1) What is happening is real. Fools like me (2) I added a transfer because I did not know that already hacked. (3) My English friend wrote this message to me, ignoring the Crypto Safe Project, and I bought the hardware wallet. (4) I'm trying to find out why I got hacked. And I'm trying to find a way to save the rest. (5) I'm still a Bitcoin investor. Although 2 million dollars are gone, I bought it for only 200,000 and I do not want to make Bitcoin look bad. I do not want it to happen to anyone else.

It reminds me of Edward Snowden Do not trust computer when it connect internet. My $ 1.7 million dollar memoir must be memorable, and I will tell everyone I love. About this lesson.
Now I thought I'd never get it back again. But at least I would like to know that after this financial route, how to use money laundering. Will there be some way to get it back? After this, I still have enough money left for my distribution. I will continue to live. I'm a very negligent programmer. I've bought a hardware wallet and now I'm thinking of something that Edward Snowden is not comfortable with and vulnerable.
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October 30, 2017, 12:26:11 PM
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Man so sorry to hear this. It's likely that he either compromised your computer via a keylogger or something or bitaddress.org has been compromised and I advise no one else to generate a private key there.
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October 30, 2017, 12:30:35 PM
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Your story appears to be fake!


There is currently 3.85 bitcoins being sent to that address right now. Why would you be sending to it if the private key has been compromised? Who else would send to it???

Now that Bitmain is signaling SegWit on LTC, they need to do the same for BTC
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October 30, 2017, 12:31:57 PM
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Your story appears to be fake!


There is currently 3.85 bitcoins being sent to that address right now. Why would you be sending to it if the private key has been compromised? Who else would send to it???

I send to it because I don't know my wallet was stolen. When I know I send out instantly!

After Here I will invest in Hardware wallet. Do not use free wallet anymore.

Thank you. And I will help people more.
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October 30, 2017, 12:35:36 PM
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My 387 Bitcoins got hacked and stolen!
(1EENuimoixhyn6k67UgeYo2mFFhRfEYots)

Address:1EENuimoixhyn6k67UgeYo2mFFhRfEYots
Message: I'm not fake, Renben9
Signature:H3RQ2A5sYDLI6x1qJU0UDBDXZQ8UugAmeEBNs1S9Tq3xX5COtftktVABaFPUWfkjBPqSAc9J5xWqNJA wvAr+0D0=

I would like to share my sad story so that no one will repeat the same mistake as me ever again.
This thief-hacker transaction, which I will remember forever, just taught me last night to not trust any service provider anymore. https://blockchain.info/tx/c81520e658a013332889a2e62d3215ba96bc5264b0806ec72f5933106f65d10d I created a private key from Bitaddress.org on 2017-08-08 and imported my private key into Blockchain Wallet (Blockchain.info) which provided the SMS, 2nd password, and confirmation by email for its security procedure. But last night around 3 am GMT+7, my wallet got stolen.

The thief transferred out everything with no access through Blockchain.info wallet at all.
So it seems like the thief some how hacked and accessed to my private key which allows him to make a transaction manually with the third-party broadcasting tool.
These past few months, I never aware of this risk since many tutorials suggest me how to make a paper wallet via Bitaddress.org and just simply link it with Blockchain.info wallet.

Last but not least, I would like to launch ‘CryptoSafe project’ that aims to educate Cryptocurrency security literacy to newbie like me. If you would like to support me, my Bitcoin wallet address is now open for receiving donation ☺️
(I deleted it)


I'm sorry to hear this, we really can not really trust others!
That you will get everything back in double in the future.
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October 30, 2017, 12:36:27 PM
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Your story appears to be fake!


There is currently 3.85 bitcoins being sent to that address right now. Why would you be sending to it if the private key has been compromised? Who else would send to it???

I send to it because I don't know my wallet was stolen. When I know I send out instantly!


It's hard to believe that you would be managing so many bitcoins using paper wallets as such, and that you did not take the time to manage things properly. For that kind of value, you should be using a hardware wallet.

Now that Bitmain is signaling SegWit on LTC, they need to do the same for BTC
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October 30, 2017, 12:37:30 PM
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It's a beautiful story, but it's not realistic at all. Do you have a BTC in this way? I wondered. The one who sends you btc is either very pure or very btc owner.

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October 30, 2017, 12:38:24 PM
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Your story appears to be fake!


There is currently 3.85 bitcoins being sent to that address right now. Why would you be sending to it if the private key has been compromised? Who else would send to it???
No i think you should check the link he provided.
its really that much amount and its now scaring the shit out of me.
Now a days bitcoin is not that safe.
Sorry for the loss.
But you should use more secure connection to access that amount of money.

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October 30, 2017, 01:04:34 PM
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Why do you create address at another place, and then import private key into BCI wallet? that's risky as fuck. There's a reason BCI wallet no longer even provide private key, instead you have to import entire wallet locally to access private key, because it's not secure to display private key over the web.

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October 30, 2017, 01:10:44 PM
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No i think you should check the link he provided.
its really that much amount and its now scaring the shit out of me.
Now a days bitcoin is not that safe.
Sorry for the loss.
But you should use more secure connection to access that amount of money.

I don't know if it's fake or not... I want it to be fake because I don't like to hear stories like this.  To put this into perspective, 387 Bitcoins is almost 2.4 million dollars.  If the link is what's convincing you then here, I just got robbed 200 Bitcoins!!!!  OMG!!  Donate to me please!
https://blockchain.info/tx/b8167bea24a46c4c29e4997348bc5c363d2787ef555b38c8a85d9d2cd8927ea5

OMG, my best friend's wallet was hacked, 200 Bitcoins lost!  Donate please!
https://blockchain.info/tx/38a36e638cff9854f00d8b2c99c19eb2eaae408f0c8f74a6a7ccc5ef1d064b3d

OMG!!!  My dog's Bitcoin was stolen, all 160 coins gone!!  Please donate!
https://blockchain.info/tx/8af02658e71925229cf314bdef26c95ef0706726b76e13ee4a7c1f9508f6ef77

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October 30, 2017, 01:27:34 PM
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No i think you should check the link he provided.
its really that much amount and its now scaring the shit out of me.
Now a days bitcoin is not that safe.
Sorry for the loss.
But you should use more secure connection to access that amount of money.

I don't know if it's fake or not... I want it to be fake because I don't like to hear stories like this.  To put this into perspective, 387 Bitcoins is almost 2.4 million dollars.  If the link is what's convincing you then here, I just got robbed 200 Bitcoins!!!!  OMG!!  Donate to me please!
https://blockchain.info/tx/b8167bea24a46c4c29e4997348bc5c363d2787ef555b38c8a85d9d2cd8927ea5

OMG, my best friend's wallet was hacked, 200 Bitcoins lost!  Donate please!
https://blockchain.info/tx/38a36e638cff9854f00d8b2c99c19eb2eaae408f0c8f74a6a7ccc5ef1d064b3d

OMG!!!  My dog's Bitcoin was stolen, all 160 coins gone!!  Please donate!
https://blockchain.info/tx/8af02658e71925229cf314bdef26c95ef0706726b76e13ee4a7c1f9508f6ef77

so in short the ones who are responsible for those negligence is the owner isn't it? There are lots of those claimed hacked bitcoins i've been encountering this past few months here in this forum, and just like what you said lots of it asks for donation like the one you stated with links attached above, so you cannot also blame someone here if they wont believe it easily.

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October 30, 2017, 01:33:39 PM
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it does smell very fishy this story.
Like someone already pointed out, it's easy to find a transaction with more than 10 BTC and claim the wallet as yours.. adding your BTC address at the end for donation (what donation you want? in case this is real, you should educate yourself while playing with so much money) was the cherry at the top of the cake.
besides that, who would donate just because you lost a fortune? meh, this is weird..

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